As I child, I imagined the future to behold great possibilities. There would be hover cars, robot dogs, jetpacks and holographs of the Jonas Brothers to keep in my room. That's pretty reasonable, right?
Some of those dreams have come true (except how do I get a JoBro holograph?) but the reality isn't as glamorous as I imagined. Apparently, other millennials had similar goals but made their dreams a reality. Four MIT students have created a futuristic restaurant where the chefs are all robots.
These robots aren't just using microwaves to heat up TV dinners, they are cooking only the freshest meals with the best ingredients because you are in control of what you want in your meal. With food this fresh and technology this advanced, you'd think it was only for the richest folks, but turns out it's actually quite affordable.
These robochefs are catering to your every tastebud and it truly does feel like we are living in the future.
Is this the future you imagined?
I really had all my bets on hover cars.
All we have is hover boards.
We basically have robots in our pockets, so that's pretty cool.
But have you ever pictured robots cooking your food?
These guys are living in the future.
via: SpyceMeet the Spyce Guys. These four MIT alumni created Spyce, the restaurant that blends technology and hospitality. Michael Farid, Kale Rogers, Luke Schlueter, and Brady Knight made their dreams a reality, creating the first-ever robot-operated restaurant.
It all started in a fraternity basement.
These hungry dudes ate out a lot.
There had to be a better way.
What about robots?Spyce website.
It was a long process.
In May 2018, Spyce was born.
The robots cook only the best food.
4 MIT students have teamed up with @DanielBoulud to open the world's 1st restaurant featuring a robotic kitchen tha… https://t.co/WyRFmUnGmO— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Bloomberg Quicktake)1548833692.0
Every kind of taste palette will be satisfied.online menu, you see that they aren't messing around when it comes to flavor.
It's not basic at all.
Let's just admire these plates.
Culinary masters approve.
via: Getty ImagesRenowned chef Daniel Boulud was asked by the Spyce Guys to invest in this business, along with the other $24.8 million in funding that Spyce has received so far – but Boulud had a better idea.
A true investor.website. "So, in addition to becoming an investor, I accepted the position of Culinary Director at Spyce."
Chef Boulud oversees all the flavors.Michelin judge, so you know his taste buds are exquisite.
What are the robots actually responsible for?
Would you eat food prepared by a robot? Billed as the "world's first" robotic kitchen, the Spyce restaurant employs… https://t.co/Z1SNISuWEQ— GVS London (@GVS London)1526977756.0
Are the robots stealing our jobs?
They took our jobs!! @spycefoodco Robot kitchen in #boston #southpark #spyce #robots https://t.co/BU84wikdV2— katy roby (@katy roby)1527263795.0
We definitely don't want robots taking over the world.site: "Our restaurant does have fewer employees than your typical quick service restaurant. The employees that we do have, we pay well. The aim of this venture was to make tasty nutritious food affordable, and we do that by being as efficient as possible."
The robots don't do all the work.
Picture the garde managers like this.
At first, it seems a little crazy.
"The idea of a restaurant where a machine does the work of human hands made me cringe. Then I tried it." #robotchef… https://t.co/lceM2xjdGo— NEO.LIFE (@NEO.LIFE)1530985864.0
Change can be scary.
Trying out the bowls from Spyce in downtown Boston tonight. The food is made by robots, designed by MIT students. B… https://t.co/4d4zVa3Oo8— Karlsen Brandt (@Karlsen Brandt)1528288167.0
We've got a happy customer!
@Jess_tastic11 Really good! And at a good price too— Karlsen Brandt (@Karlsen Brandt)1548861703.0
Go for the experience, stay for the flavor.
Look at that smile!
It's even vlog worthy!
@spycefoodco is my favorite #Bowl restaurant on the planet. The #HoneyChicken #Thai Bowl with #BokChoy, #BrownRice,… https://t.co/o4LM8vOi13— Duke Loves Rasslin (@Duke Loves Rasslin)1527455477.0
We welcome our new robot friends!
And.. for $10 including a drink, I for one welcome our robotic cooking overlords #spyce https://t.co/yrLPf0jErN— Kevin - Economy Class & Beyond (@Kevin - Economy Class & Beyond)1537720589.0